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?" "dad, how much money do you make?" here's alisa weinstein, author of "earn it, learn it." >> we know our kids are more likely to open up when we're not staring at them, which makes car rides a great time to ask those tough, uncomfortable questions. though sometimes, its not us who's doing the asking. recently, my seven-year-old asked me how much our house costs. i was stunned silent. i'm rarely stunned silent. do i tell her? what will she think? do i not tell her? will she tell her friends? do i care if she tells her friends? and it immediately reminded me of how parents are more comfortable talking to their kids about sex than they are about money. but why? well, sex talks can be embarrassing, but in a different way than money talks. our society wraps so much of our identity into what we make and what we own, so separating our financial worth from our self- worth can be really hard to do, let alone explain to a kid. though i still feel hiding our financial decisions sends the wrong message. it says money is some secret, adult-onlyorld children just can't handle. of course, there nee
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